Biebel Brittanys - Kentucky American Brittany Breeders

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About Biebel Brittanys
We breed, raise and train high quality Brittanys from Nolan's Last Bullet, Microdot, Grand Junction Jake, Gamblers Ace in the Hole, and Hammerin Hank/Dandy blood lines. Our Brittanys have wonderful persaonalities, love to hunt, are natural retreivers, have long range noses and are very smart. They are easy to house train and make great family dogs as well as bird dogs. Our Brittanys are bred for long legs, short hair coats and are not aggressive. We have both orange & white and liver & white pups and dogs. Our Brittanys will hunt Huns, Grouse and Pheasants up close and will range out to cover ground when Quail or Chukar hunting. With long range noses they will find birds, lock up and point, are natural backers, will hunt dead, retreive to hand, and then scoot to do it all over again and again! We love to hunt with our BiebelBrittanys. We have a sharptailed grouse and pheasant hunting camp in eastern MT, pheasant camps in North & South Dakota and Iowa, and a quail camp in KY. You and your new pup or dog can come join us! Harold Biebel.
Hunting Dog Breeds Raised
American Brittany
Additional Services
Hunting, Training, Stud Services, Boarding
Breeder Contact Info
Harold Biebel
PO Box 1498
Bowling Green, Kentucky 42102
Breeding quality gun dogs for over 23 years.
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Submitted by: David Clore on Dec 15, 2017
These dogs are naturally bred to hunt but make fantastic family dogs. We pick up our second pup from Harold in January. I looked at other breeders but came back to Harold. evans’s his dogs are the best. He is meticulous in his breeding.standards and will not breed a dog that does not conform in every way. There is something special about hunting behind a brace of Biebel Brittany’s.
Submitted by: Shaun in MT on Nov 15, 2017
Great looking pups and mom and dad.
Heading back out this weekend to chase birds.
I cant tell you how good Copper iz this year. He holds a great point and works perfect for the long tails. Jackson is still great abd fast he will always find every cripple or dead bird.
Submitted by: Douglas R. Sarver on Nov 10, 2017
I just got back from a 4 day hunt with friends and fellow Biebel Brittany owners. What a great time with great friends! And these dogs are the best!! My dog rode in the back seat of my truck for 11 hours, very calmly sleeping during the trip. Once we got there he was ready to go and he and the other Biebel Brittanies performed fantastic in the field. See the photo of 4 Biebel Brittanies on point!

Doug Sarver
Submitted by: Wendy in Minnesota on Oct 20, 2017

Max is a joy, arrived safely and early! He has taken command of the yard already, running and catching. Thanks so much for trekking to the airport and making the arrangements to get him here!
Hope to see you soon!

Submitted by: David in Montana on Sep 23, 2017
Hi Shaun--

We were going to come by tomorrow, but just found out you are in Livingston. It seems you are a Biebel Brittany fan, along with kazillions of other folks. I like what Harold is doing with his Britts. Takes great field trial lines, puts them together with tried and true bird dogs, and he puts the pups, lots of pups, in the hands of hunters. I like that a lot.

The field trialers while producing some amazing dogs, at times forget the bottom line--can that dog hunt for the gun?

Harold has a wow litter coming up out of 2x NGDC Joe. We just put down our 13 year old Gamblers Ace in the Hole girl. She was A Biebel type Britt.

Hope to meet you sometime.

Best Regards,
Submitted by: Craig in Indiana on Aug 29, 2017
Harold, regarding BiebelBrittany Ginger, she is exceeding our expectations in every way. I think she looks pretty happy too. Craig in IN
Submitted by: Todd in NC on Aug 28, 2017
Hi Harold, Had a great weekend with BiebelBrittany Parker (puppy.) Spent few days around Blowing Rock & Linville NC before traveling home to Durham on Saturday. We spent today at a local spot hiking an upland swamp adjacent the Cape Fear River. The attached photo is his first looks & introduction to the Wood Duck. I think he made a good connection! We are doing fantastic and he has settled into the house as if he's lived here for a long time! Todd in NC.
Submitted by: Craig in Indiana on Aug 27, 2017
Harold, BiebelBrittany Ginger's first night went perfectly. She never made a peep. This morning she's being babied by our other daughter and exploring her new house. Life is good. Craig in Indiana.
Submitted by: John Michael in San Antonio TX on Aug 07, 2017

Good afternoon. I hope you are doing well? Below is a little write up on sweet Boomer.

Boomer came to my wife and I by way of the efforts of Harold and a good friend of mine. Boomer was quickly up rooted from the comfortable surroundings of his birth home. By no choice of his own he feel victim to my selfish desire to add another dog to my sporting dog team. He made the journey through 4 states, 1000+ miles, and a straight shot car ride. He unfortunately had to witness the I-35 corridor nightmare at night. After all the anticipation sweet Boomer arrived in San Antonio, Texas at roughly 1:30 am July 27, 2017.

The expectation was that he was going to be a little timid at first with all the new sights, sounds, and smells. That he was. Although Boomer quickly began to overcome the apprehension of his new life and break out of his shell little by little. He now willingly exits his kennel and is eager for a new experience. Boomer is a quick study who seems to evaluate each and every move. I firmly believe that his methodical process will be one of his greatest attributes in the field. Birds be ware! As he has adapted and adjusted, he has quickly come into his own.

Boomer has made vast friends with his new canine brothers Marsh, a seven year old yellow lab with a gentle giant nature. And Reed who is an unbridled 1.5 year old German wirehaired pointer who loves to play but does not necessarily care to share. However the two, already have grown an affinity for one another. Perhaps his biggest friend and most recent is a 5 year old boy named Cash who clung to Boomer from the word go this weekend out at his family's ranch. Cash and Boomer seemed to find a balance with one another. Maybe their small size? The two enjoyed each others company thoroughly playing in the ranch house yard. Cash wept for 10 minutes when my wife and I left the ranch with Boomer yesterday afternoon. I would venture a guess that Boomer's heart was a little heavy as well. We are arranging a play date for the two to be reunited very soon.

Boomer is a lovable gentle pup who has nothing but himself to give, and he gives with his whole heart. He has made incredible strides from that scared pup who was yanked form everything he knew to be comfortable. He is falling into place with flying colors here in Texas. I am excited about his progression and look forward to watching him develop as a superb sporting dog. Kristen, Marsh, Reed and I have welcomed him with open arms and enjoy having him sit on the couch with us as we watch evening TV. He is truly a pleasure to have as an addition to our family. Thank you for the opportunity to raise Boomer.


John Michael in Texas

P.S. I think giving him a bath is when he made the biggest turning point. Afterwards Boomer and I sat on the couch and watched Jim Shockey's Uncharted which he was focused on the entire time. I wet from overspray and he nestled in my arms swaddled in the towel. He enjoyed all the attention!

Submitted by: Laura in KY on Aug 03, 2017
Hello Harold, I just left the office of Dr. Richard in Paris, KY, he is one of the doctors I call on. I met Dixie, his new Biebel Brittany and was so excited to find out that she came from your Kennel and I think is related to my Lucky! Dr. Richard said that she was from the Peaches line too! Very Cool!! BTW, Lucky is doing great, still so smart, handsome, loving and spoiled. Take care, Laura
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